Journal of Psychology in Africa - back with NISC

Posted 5 August 2014 by NISC under New publications • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
Journal of Psychology in Africa - back with NISC

The Journal of Psychology in Africa has returned to NISC after a period of being published outside of the African continent. The journal has joined our growing list of titles that are co-published with Taylor & Francis.

The Journal of Psychology in Africa publishes 6 issues a year and is indexed on the Social Science Citation Index (JCR) and IBSS, as well as being accredited with the South African DHET. The journal’s mission is to advance psychological research for social, cultural and health development in Africanist settings, inclusive of the African diaspora communities. With the journal’s long-standing Editor, Prof. Elias Mpofu, at the helm of a strong and diverse board, NISC looks forward to disseminating this publication's valuable research. For more on this journal visit its new page on the NISC website here

The paper was wonderfully laid out and rapidly published
- Author- Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
The proofs look great! Thank you so much. The efficiency of the journal now is really excellent. Easy to work with, and so thorough. I appreciate it.
- Regular SAJP Author on his first interaction with NISC
It has been an enriching experience working with such enthusiastic and professional people at NISC who have become more friends than business partners over the years.
- Stan Pillar, Editor of the African Journal of Marine Science (1996-2013)
The NISC partnership has benefited the Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology by bringing sustainability, additional branding and marketing, a wider reach through its websites, and the added value of expertise in the very competitive world of publishing.
- Chris Stones, IPJP Editor-in-Chief since 2003
A very supportive, personal and committed editorial team, which takes quality of the work very seriously. I learned a lot through the experience of publishing with Anthropology Southern Africa, and felt supported throughout the process.
- Author - Anthropology Southern Africa